(6) The following is an example of an Operation Validation/State Determination condi-
tion message when the terminal is in the ASCII mode of operation.
SWITCH STATE = ICT
OPERATIONAL STATE = ICT
OPERATING CAPACITY = FULL
MODE = ASCII
BAUD RATE = 75
STOP BITS = 1
END OF LINE OPTION = 0D 0D 0A
SPACE OPTION = OFF
LINE LENGTH = 80
LINE FEEDS = 1
RECEIVE ENVELOPE OPTION = 56 5A 43 5A 43: 4E 4E 4E 4E
TRANSMIT ENVELOPE OPTION = 56 5A 43 5A 43: 4E 4E 4E 4E 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F
7F 7F 7F 7F 7F
PARITY OPTION = INHIBIT
CAPITAL LETTER OPTION = ON
Operation in the (RO) state should be performed in the following manner:
Perform the preliminary starting procedures described in paragraph 2-8.
initial switch settings as described in paragraph 2-9d.
q STATE switch is placed in the RO state position.
1. If terminal is unbuffered (memory card is not installed), be sure distant
station is aware of terminal's lack of message memory.
If the distant station is in KSR state, advise the station by telephone to
pause one or two seconds between lines of text to allow receiving ter-
minal enough time to print each line and not lose any incoming
q If distant station is operating in ICT state,
request the baud rate be set at not more
than 600 baud to prevent loss of text.
2. If message memory is present (buffered), all received messages are
entered to message memory before being printed. This allows the ter-
minal to receive messages at speeds in excess of the printer speed of